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IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua weighed in more than four kgs heavier than challenger Wladamir Klitschko ahead of their title fight in London. Joshua, 27, is defending his title and bidding to add the vacant WBA and IBO crowns in front of a crowd of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium on saturday.
Rumours of discontent with Carlo Ancelotti's methods within the Bayern Munich camp are not true, according to the head coach himself.
Real Madrid's squad will be utilised to the full between now and the end of the season, according to Zinedine Zidane.
Liverpool's Champions League hopes have not been unduly affected by the draw in the Manchester derby, according to Jurgen Klopp.
Wayne Rooney may feature in midfield for Manchester United against Swansea City as Jose Mourinho counts a lengthy list of absentees.
As Spurs continue their hunt of Chelsea and Middlesbrough make one last push for survival at the bottom, it is another huge weekend for the Premier League.
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In a twist to the scheduling, we have 4 fixtures on Sunday and 1 on the Monday which means 5 fixtures are available to us for Saturday’s daily fantasy football competitions. Crystal Palace have hit form when they needed it most, picking up 6 wins in their last 9 games, and more importantly, 19 points
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is confident he can play on at the highest level for another two to three years.
England international Sturridge has been linked with a move this summer having fallen out of favour under Reds manager Jurgen Klopp.
Stanley Accrington delivers Friday's top football rumours as crocked Boss of Goss Kevin Darling sits on the bench
It’ll take a while for it to sink in that the towering gentleman in the robe at Wembley is actually ‘Dr. Steelhammer’.
The Manchester derby at the Etihad was the biggest game of the Premier League season for both United and City but Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola reacted to it in different ways.